New taproom for Cross Borders Brewing Company


Cross Borders Brewing Company have opened their latest taproom, Fisherow Tap, in Musselburgh as the brewery celebrated its 7th birthday.

After taking over from the Hole in the Wa’ pub, the team refurbished the site, before opening their dog-friendly taproom at the end of October. The brewery say that they have “lovingly restored and updated the space so you can enjoy 16 draught lines of regularly rotating beer in our main bar, or relax and spread out in the fabulous lounge.” The food menu and children’s access is due to follow soon.

It joins the brewery’s other taprooms, Old Eastway Tap, Portobello Tap and the taproom at the brewery itself,  which has closed for some maintenance until April 2024.

The opening comes hot on the heels of the brewery picking up 5 gongs at the recent SIBA awards.


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